The inaugural meeting of the Teacher Recruitment and Retention Advisory Board (TRRB) has been held in order to consider issues of teacher recruitment and retention.
A pioneering campaign to transform the way young people see engineering and boost numbers entering the profession has been launched today (15 January 2018).
Thirty-two per cent of education professionals are suffering from mental health issues, new research shows.
Primary schools can register their interest in taking part in a new programme to help teachers empower their pupils to access, understand, analyse and participate in the news.
Education secretary Damian Hinds has paid its first visit to at a primary school in Cambridgeshire.
Changes to the Additional Support for Learning Act 2004 have come into force, extended a range of rights for Scottish children aged 12 to 15.
Advertised salaries in the education sector rose by 4.2 per cent in 2017, the first yearly increase in four years.
Nadhim Zahawi, who is the MP for Stratford-upon-Avon has been named education minister in the cabinet reshuffle.
Following the appointment of a new education secretary amid the Prime Minister’s cabinet reshuffle, plans to widen access in grammar schools for disadvantaged pupils have been delayed.
New research shows that authorities are pulling data about pupils in alternative provision without seeking consent from the children or parents.
Ofqual has announced that non-exam assessment will not count to the final 9 to 1 grade in GCSE computer science in 2018 or 2019.
Damian Hinds has replaced Justine Greening as education secretary in the prime minister’s cabinet reshuffle.
Twenty-nine per cent of parents have said that a lack of cycle routes was a barrier for their child travelling actively to school each day
Hackney Council’s Children and Young People’s Scrutiny Commission has released a report into unregistered educational settings, calling on the government to strengthen legislation to ensure children in unregistered ‘schools’ are safe.
A Centre of Excellence for Literacy Teaching has been announced by education secretary Justine Greening to help children from disadvantaged backgrounds master the basics of reading in primary school.
Change4Life will be launching a suite of new resources for primary schools in order to inform pupils and families about healthier snacking choices.
The number of penalties that have been issued to school and college staff for exam malpractice has increased by nearly 150 per cent.
The EIS has warned that the pay of Scotland’s teachers must be substantially improved this year if strike action in schools is to be avoided.
A scheme to encourage the best experienced professionals to swap the boardroom for the classroom is to be backed by government funding to expand into Hastings.
Supermarket Waitrose has put a ban on the sale of energy drinks to under-16s due to concerns about its high levels of sugar and caffeine.
As part of measures to crack down on knife crime, London’s mayor Sadiq Khan is urging schools across the capital to take up his offer of using a knife detection wand.
The number of people applying for teacher training has decreased by 6,510 in comparison to the previous year.
New research commissioned by Anne Longfield shows that schools need to help to prepare pupils for the demands of social media.
Public Health England (PHE) has launched the first Change4Life campaign in order to promote healthier snacks.
The EIS has called on the Scottish Government to establish a maximum acceptable temperature in Scotland’s schools.
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